Clarke Calls For Military Coup Against Buhari

By Ikenga Chronicles November 25, 2016

Clarke Calls For Military Coup Against Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari, on Friday, November 25, received with rude shock, the clamor for a Military takeover of his government by a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) Robert Clarke, on live television.

Clarke, stated this while entertaining questions from a host of presenters on Channels TV. He decribed Nigeria as a country in ruins, saying that only the return of the Military would save the situation and restore order.

Asked how the kind of change he was advocating will happen, Clarke responded that, though he was not pushing for a coup, he somehow believed that “God” would orchestrate a change and return a Military ruler to the seat of power.

He said that his desire and prayer was for the soldiers to return for at least a 2-year period.

Concerned that his views might run against popular will, Clarke said he did not care if operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) came after him.

“I have no reason to be scared at my age. I will speak the truth.” he said.

Lamenting that the country was, at the moment, being ruled by “gangsters”, he accused politicians of “bastardizing everything.”

He had harsh words for Nigerian lawmakers who he said were too corrupt, and incapable of bringing true change upon themselves and the system.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) he counseled, should urgently take the lead provided by Jibrin Abdulmumini,the ousted Appropriation Committee Chairman, House of Representatives to probe rampant cases of corruption in the system.

Among other issues, Clarke warned Yoruba leaders not to make the mistake of exiting the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) over the humiliation of one of their own, Senator Ahmed Bola Tinubu.

According to him, if they did, they would risk losing in the nation’s power equation to a Hausa/Igbo coalition.

Critics have described Clark’s recommendations as a dangerous call and wondered the motivation for his desire for a truncation of Nigeria’s democratic march.

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